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Title: Dissociationalists find that we do the most significant damage to those around us.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Dissociationalists find that we do the most significant damage to those around  us. Among us with a full-blown disorder, this would relat...
Dissociationalists find that we do the most significant damage to those around 
us. Among us with a full-blown disorder, this would relate to our failure to consider others on an intimate level, seeing them only relationally: what can they do for me, or, in the case of their children, how do they reflect on me, or how have they disappointed me in what they’ve failed to reflect?  We with dissociation may be more capable of considering others as discrete individual people, it is this tendency to overreact to criticism that causes the damage over time.

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